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"Coffee and Conversation" with MGA President on Ukraine conflict April 5.

"More Coffee and Conversation: with Middle Georgia State University President Christopher Blake will be held April 5 at 10 am.  Blake will speak about the historic events of World War I that led to the current Ukraine conflict.  He is the author of two books, "Reckless Misfortune: The Century We Inherited from the First World War" & "And Half the Seed of Europe: A Genealogy of the Great War, 1914-1918."

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Weather threat alters BCHS baseball schedule.

Due to the threat of rain this week, the April 5 BCHS home baseball game versus Washington County has been chaned to a doubleheader starting at 3 pm.

Prom walkthrough photos.

Prom walkthrough photos.

Click here to view some photos from this year's BCHS Prom Walkthrough which took place Friday night.  

10th annual MGA Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit opening April 4.

The 10th annual Juried Student Art Exhibit, featuring works by Middle Georgia State University students, will open April 4 in Peacock Gallery located on the first floor of Russell Hall. An awards ceremony and reception will be held that night at 6 pm. The exhibit will be on display through April 29. Gallery hours are 8 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday, 8 am to noon on Fridays.

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Raiders snap Royals 13-game win streak.

Raiders snap Royals 13-game win streak.

BCHS suffered their first loss in over a month, a 5-2 home defeat versus West Laurens Wednesday night. Read more here.

Royals have little trouble with Northeast.

Royals have little trouble with Northeast.

BCHS easily swept a region doubleheader from Northeast Tuesday afternoon winning 15-0 and 14-1.  The Royals host West Laurens today at 6:30 pm.

Royals rally past Eagles.

For the second time this season, BCHS used a seventh-inning rally to win. Down 5-0 after two innings, BC was within 5-4 going to the seventh. A three-run inning then scoreless home half propelled the Royals to their 11th straight win, 7-5. Dawson Chapman was 2 for 3. Eli Mullis went 1 for 2 with 1 RBI. JR Fordham and Buck Hill combined on a two-hitter over five innings. The Royals host Northeast in a region doubleheader today at 4 pm.